Gold Price, Uranium Consolidation and Years Ending in 7: Mickey Fulp

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Mercenary Geologist Mickey Fulp touched on a number of topics in a VRIC interview with Resource Investing News. They include the gold price, recent developments in the uranium space and years ending in the number seven.

Cambridge House International’s 2015 Vancouver Resource Investment Conference just wrapped up, and Mercenary Geologist Mickey Fulp believes it went well. “There’s a lot more companies than I thought, they put on a very good show. It’s been very well attended,” he said, adding, “it’s been very productive for a lot of us.”

In the interview below he also touches on a variety of other topics, including the gold price and recent developments in the uranium space. Those of course include the release of Fission Uranium’s (TSX:FCU) maiden resource estimate for the R00E and R780E zones at its Patterson Lake South property, and Energy Fuels‘ (TSX:EFR,NYSEMKT:UUUU) acquisition of Uranerz Energy (TSX:URZ,NYSEMKT:URZ).

In terms of the former, he said, “Fission has an amazing discovery. Bear in mind it’s a long way from being a mine, probably 15 years or longer, but it is a very significant discovery in the Athabasca Basin.” He’s also excited about the deal between Energy Fuels and Uranerz, and said, “I’m pleased as punch about that one because I’m a previous shareholder of both Energy Fuels and Uranerz … I think we will continue to see consolidation, especially in the domestic US uranium industry.”


Securities Disclosure: I, Charlotte McLeod, hold no direct investment interest in any company mentioned in this article.

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